Wood veneer is real wood that has been cut or stripped into very thin sheets. The veneer is usually glued to a larger, flat piece of solid wood to create an attractive and economical final product. Many types of plywood vary in quality but are often made from high-quality logs. The substrate is wood or other material to which the veneer is glued.
Plywood is comprised of three or more layers of veneer. In woodworking, veneer refers to a thin slice of wood; usually it refers to bark less than 3 mm, usually a core to make flat panels such as doors, ceilings, cabinet panels, parquet floors, furniture parts, etc and are glued to the board. They are also used for parquet.
Wood veneers are used to cover large areas such as wall panels and are also used for doors, cabinets, and flooring. Rotary cut veneers are the most common types made from oak, pine, birch, and alder and are considered the cheapest types of veneers, but it’s made with a thin technique called “Nikuyoku,” which carves a round shape out of a log.
Characteristics of Veneer
- Fire safety
- Sound insulation
- Moisture resistance
- Easy to clean and maintain
- Recyclable to natural material
INDIAN GLASS & PLYWOOD CENTRE offers an incredibly wide selection of exotic natural wood veneers, burls, and curls from forests around the world. We have several of the finest wood panels including teak, rosewood, mahogany, beech, maple, and oak that can meet all your siding needs. All parts of these panels and veneers are individually selected components designed to meet the high demands of modern interior design. With particular attention to aesthetics, we offer a wide range of panels and veneers in a variety of shades to suit different customer preferences and sensitivities and their respective purposes. Custom-made custom wood panels are our specialty.
- Color————————————-Light Brown
- Surface Finish————————— Polished/Matte
- Usage————————————– Interior Decoration